The Seneca Interpretive Trail begins at the boat launch in the recreation area. The Trail is a one mile loop trail around the picnic area and campground. Follow the numbered markers along the way, there are no blazes. At a leisurely pace the walk should take about 30 minutes. On the tour, you can learn to identify tree species, observe the inter-relationship between wildlife and the trees of the forest, and become aware of the life and death struggle among different tree species. Also, you might learn some interesting facts about the area.
Trail description and directions are courtesy of the U.S. Forest Service. The USFS home page is www.fs.fed.us
The Buckaloons Recreation Area rests on the site of a former Indian village, on the banks of the Allegheny River. Travel west from Warren, PA on US Route 6 for six miles. Take the Tionesta exit to proceed south on US Route 62; before crossing the bridge, turn right.
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